• Having epilepsy is not a crime

    [poll=”3″] Aruna was a slip of a girl who had just crossed menarche, with her entire life ahead of her. Bright eyes sparkled from under shy eyelashes and strands of unruly hair that refused to listen to her.   She was a spunky kid, on top of the class for the activity sessions; her studies

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  • Have Diabetes – Related Complications Declined?

    [poll=”2″]   Diabetes is in the list of the top deadly diseases to afflict mankind because it can cause serious health outcomes, including heart attack, stroke and kidney failure. But new research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers a ray of hope that five major complications related to diabetes have declined, at

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  • Should Patients be given access to physician notes

    [powr-poll label=”My Label”] This promises to be controversial!! Way back in 2011, a report was published, in The Annals of Internal Medicine. If you are a patient, chances are you are infuriated by the secrecy (and ‘conspiracy’?) of doctors, nurses and hospitals. The commonest complaint you have is that you have not been told anything.

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